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Sandblasting Equipment



Sandblasting equipment
is used for abrasive blasting of metal constructions and buildings, bridges, reservoirs, piping and concrete surfaces. Sandblasting equipment is used for surface preparation before coating or other surface treatment. Sandblasting is the most effective kind of surface preparation and we offer sandblasting equipment to meet all of your needs.
Blast cabinets
Field of application including cleaning, deburring, deflashing, finishing, peening and decorating. Build for long lasting industrial use.
Compressed air-line equipment
Portable compressed air preparation systems air are an efficient means of removing up to 95% of condensate and oil which are commonly present in compressed air. Dry air prevents moist abrasive material, which would lead to increased wear, downtime and extra servicing.
The BRS Blast Recovery System is an electrically operated, pressure-feed closed-circuit blast machine, which can be used where open-air blasting is prohibited, or is not possible or practical. Blasting and simultaneous media recovery are initiated by pulling the DMH handle. Keeping the blast area clean allows the operator to blast without the need to encapsulate the area or wear respiratory protective equipment.
Closed-circuit abrasive blast cleaning, ideal for indoor blasting where dust and abrasive contaminants should be avoided, for the blasting of welding seams and for spot repairs. Used blast media are recyclable non-metallic media: glass bead, aluminum oxide (corundum).
The VAC-5 abrasive recovery system is an electrically powered vacuum suction unit with an integrated high-performance cartridge filter comprising pulse-jet cleaning, an abrasive storage silo (mounted directly on the Contracor Z-200 series blast machine) for automatically refilling the blast machine and a floor hopper, complete with suction hoses and a grating.
The VAC-5 abrasive recovery system is specially designed for recovering and recycling used abrasive.
The vacuum suction unit is used to intake abrasive via an abrasive storage silo, separating out any dust to clean the abrasive. The abrasive storage silo is mounted directly above the Contracor Z-200 blast machine. The drawn-in abrasive falls into the blast machine and can be immediately reused. The system allows the recovery of up to 4 tonnes of abrasive per hour at a distance of up to 10 metres from the blast machine.
The VAC-5 abrasive recovery system also allows blasting chambers to be designed flexibly and cost-effectively.

The Contracor Power Gun is a suction blast tool ideally suited to small jobs or locations with limited air supplies. Thanks to its light weight and compact dimensions, the Contracor Power Gun can be used in places where erecting a conventional pressure blast machine would be awkward or inconvenient.
The Power Gun can be used with all common blast media, to clean or etch metal, glass, stone or other hardwearing surfaces.
To operate the Power Gun, just connect it to a compressed air source, and submerge the suction lance to which the abrasive hose is connected partially into a container of blast media.
To commence blasting, simply depress the lever on the Power Gun. The tool operates according to Bernoulli’s principle, where a low-pressure area is created by the compressed air rushing past the abrasive-injection point, where the abrasive hose is connected to the gun. This low-pressure area draws abrasive into the airstream, where mixing takes place. The air-abrasive mix is then exhausted out of the gun and strikes the blasting surface.